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International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics
ISSN : 27748294     EISSN : 27749312     DOI : 10.30863
Core Subject : Education, Social,
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics (IJRETAL) provides a forum for disseminating information and views which enables practitioners of and researchers in EAP to keep current with developments in their field and to contribute to its continued updating. IJRETAL publishes articles, book reviews, conference reports, and academic exchanges concerning the linguistic, sociolinguistic, and psycholinguistic description of English as it is used for the purposes of academic study and scholarly exchange. A wide range of linguistic, applied linguistic, and educational topics may be treated from the perspective of English for academic purposes; these include: -classroom language, -teaching methodology, -teacher education, -assessment of language, -needs analysis; -materials development and evaluation, -discourse analysis, -acquisition studies in EAP contexts, -research writing and speaking at all academic levels, -the socio-politics of English in academic uses and language planning.
Articles 24 Documents
Confirming university students’ individual reading habit on academic text Herman Resyadi; Dea Serly Safitri; Darmawati Fitriansyah
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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The main concern of this research was aimed at confirming the students’ individual readinghabit on academic text. It was navigated by online descriptive survey which involved 31students of English Education program. The data were collected through online questionnaireon WhatsApp Group Discussion by considering under the Covid19 situation and analyzed byusing SPSS. The result exposed (1) that the students have positive feeling on academic text,(2) most of the students read academic text at least once a week, (3) Academic book is themost types of academic text read by the students, (4) Busy with assignments becomes themain reason why the students not reading academic text. This research confirmed that thestudents have sufficient reading habit on academic text.
Grammar-translation method affects students’ reading comprehension and motivation Rizky Kurniawan; M. Zaini Miftah; Zaitun Qamariah
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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In English teaching, teaching methods should be applied in the classroom for the successfulteaching activity. It is believed that the Grammar Translation Method (GTM) is effective forteaching reading comprehension and motivating students. This study investigated the effect ofGTM on students’ reading comprehension and their reading motivation at SMAN 4 PalangkaRaya, Kalimantan Tengah. The study applied a quasi-experimental research design. To beresearch participants, 30 students of the natural science class were as an experiment group,and 30 students of the social science class were as a control group taken with a cluster randomsampling. Data were collected using the reading test and questionnaire. The collected datawere then analyzed using one-way ANOVA with SPSS 20. The results showed that GTM hasa significant effect on students reading comprehension and reading motivation. It was foundthat the degree of freedom between group (DFb) = 2, the degree of freedom within group(DFw) = 87 (Ttable = 1.99), and Fvalue was 37.019. It showed that Fvalue was higher than Ttable (37.019 1.99). It means that Ha was accepted and Ho was rejected.
The students’ speaking anxiety: Psycho-social approach Syahriana Pratiwi; Muhammad Zuhri Dj.; Hasriati Nur
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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This thesis presents research about “Analyzing the Students Speaking Anxiety by Using Psycho-social Approach” The sample consists of 10 students of  Al-hasib class at the second grade SMA Islam Athirah Bone. The objective of this research are (1) to analyze the reduction of the students’ speaking anxiety by using psycho-social approach. (2) to know the factors that cause students of SMA Islam Athirah Bone to get anxiety in Speaking. This research uses qualitative method by analyzing data using test, observation and interview.The result of the research shows that the students of the eleventh grade of Al-hasib class of SMA Islam Athirah Bone reduces anxiety in speaking  by using psycho-social approach. It supported by the existence of social interaction that are often carried out able to make students more confident and no longer anxious, Controlling the students’ emotional in studying situation, Relaxation  and motivation. They get more guidance from their English teachers such as being relax, preparing the preparation before studying or perform and positive thinking. The most dominant points are relaxation and motivation.The students have some factors in anxiety, they are lack of preparation, learners’ belief about language learning, fear of making mistakes and personal and interpersonal factors. The most dominant factors are lack of preparation and fear of making mistake.
Descriptive analysis of the english teacher’s code switching Nurul Isma Ishak; Muhammad Zuhri Dj.; Hasriati Nur
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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This study aims to determine the code-switching used by English teachers in teaching English at SMA Pesantren Putri Al-Manawwarah. There is one problem in this study, namely the types of code-switching used by the research subject in teaching and learning of English at SMA Pesantren Putri Al-Manawwarah. The researchers conduct descriptive-qualitative research. This study uses a qualitative approach because the data are spoken. Therefore, it is interesting to observe this phenomenon to find out the types. The data collection are; observation, recording, and note. The result of this study shows that the details of code-switching used by the teacher. In the English teaching and learning process within 2x45 minutes, there are 114 utterances in English teaching and learning process which are pronounced by the teacher. There are three types of code-switching (inter sentential code-switching, Intra sentential code-switching, and tag switching). According to the type, there are 59 utterances of code-switching. The number of inter sentential code-switching is 31 utterances (53%), Intra sentential code-switching is 14 utterances (24%), and tag switching is 14 utterances (24%).
The students’ extrovert and introvert personality toward speaking performance Novita Paradilla; Muhammad Zuhri Dj.; Uswatun Hasanah
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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This research aims to analyze the influence of personality in speaking performance. The focus was an analysis of the influence of the extrovert and introvert personality of the student toward speaking performance. This research employed a descriptive qualitative research method with a case study approach. The data was collected through questionnaires, interviews, and speaking tests. The subject of this research was students at MA Baytul Mukarromah Welalange. There were 10 consisted of 5 extrovert and 5 introvert students that had been divided by using the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire to acquire the data needed. The data analysis was employed based on the procedure of data analysis suggested by Miles and Huberman that consisted of step reduction, display, and verification data. The result of this data described that there was no influence between extrovert and introvert personality toward speaking performance, but it is influenced by different levels of knowledge and frequent participation or well preparation. It showed that personality types are not a determiner factor for the success of Speaking Performance, it can be suggested that students with different personality types may employ different kinds of strategies for learning. Consequently, whether extrovert or introvert as long as the student had enough knowledge about the topic and also was supported by frequent participation or well preparation, the speaking performance would be better.
Students’ perception toward the plan of tefl module designinfg for college students based on the teacher training Nirwana Darwis
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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This research was done to find out Students’ Perception toward the Plan of TEFL Module Designing Based on Teacher Training. The result of this research will be put into background of the next research in developing TEFL module based on the teacher training approach. A research method applied in this research was survey research. It was held at Islamic State of Institute (IAIN) Bone, Indonesia, in academic year 2017/2018. The samples of this research were 50 English study program students who have been taught TEFL material. The research data were collected through questionnaire and interview. All the samples of this research were involved to respond the questionnaire, and there were only 10 students who involved in follow-up the interview. The results of this research revealed that the mean score of students’ perception was 45.18. Based on the mean scores and interview data, it showed that the students had very high perception toward the Plan of TEFL module designing based on the teacher training.
Using disney’s theme song to improve the students’ listening skill at eleventh grade of SMAN 13 Bone Andi Ahmad Mubarak; Nirwana Darwis; Rahmah Wahdaniati Suaib
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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The main concern of this research was aimed at improving the listening skill of the grade XI students of SMAN 13 Bone in the academic year of 2020/2021. The researcher used WhatsApp group as a media to communicate with students, face to face cannot be implemented because of the Covid-19 pandemic.  The technique of analyzing data was applied by using quantitative data. The quantitative data was taken from the test. The result shows there was a positive effect of students’ listening skill using Disney’s theme song. It showed from the mean of the Pre-test was 66,43  and the mean score of post-test was 78,0357. From the data, it indicated that using Disney’s theme song in Listening skill was effective. The advantages of using song are: Song could become a media introduction of new languages, songs improve students’ pronunciation, song could be give good contribution in increasing students’ motivation in Listening, and song can strengthen memory of students.
Semiotic analysis to the cultural content in the EFL textbook Nuriah Fadliah Husain; Muhammad Zuhri Dj.; Musfirah Musfirah
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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This research studied an EFL textbook entitled “Be smart in English for grade X of Senior High School Linguistics and Cultural Studies” to find out two things within it. Those are the types of culture and cultural meaning represented through its texts and images within the EFL textbook. To determine the types of culture, the researcher uses categorization proposed by Cortazzi and Jin while to reveal the cultural meaning, the researcher uses Pierce’s semiotic principal. The researcher conducts a descriptive qualitative research specifically library research because the researcher got the main data from the document review. In addition, semiotic analysis is used in this research to have a complexity analyzing of the cultural sign. The result of this study shows an imbalance portion of cultural content appearance. The percentage shows in four types of cultures that there are 25 of source culture  appearance (21%), 15 times of target culture appearance (13%), 10 times of International culture appearance (8%), and neutral culture appeared as much 69 times (58%). Then, cultural content that has been analyzed using semiotic analysis presented the cultural content appeared majority from image as much 73 times (61%) and texts as much 46 times (39%).
Identification the students’ pronunciation problems in pronouncing –ed ending at English Study Program of IAIN Bone Nunu Wahyuni; Muhammad Zuhri Dj.; Hasriati Nur
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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This paper presents research about “Identification the Students’ Pronunciation Problems in Pronouncing –ed ending at English Study Program of IAIN Bone”. The sample consists of 5 students at the third semester in IAIN Bone. This research uses qualitative method by analyzing data using observation and interview. This paper aims to show the problems that students faced in pronouncing the –ed ending words. The result showed that most of the students were difficult to pronounce the –ed ending words correctly. They did not know how to pronounce and differentiate the words with final –ed, -d, or -t. The problems encountered by the students in pronouncing –ed ending caused by their lack of knowledge of the pronunciation of –ed ending. It is also possible that they do not know the theory well, and they are not able to practice it orally. So, the researchers concluded that there are some problems affecting the students’ ability to pronounce the –ed ending words. It because the students could not differentiate which one is final of /d/ id / and t/, the students also have lack of knowledge about –ed ending words.
Language interference in elt writing class Muliyana Muliyana; Muhammad Zuhri Dj.; Andi Muhammad Yauri
International Journal of Research on English Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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This research about The Effect of Using Language Interference in ELT Writing Class at The Tenth Grade of Athirah Bone. It is intended to find out two problems of writing. The first problem is the types of errors made by the students in students’ writing skills of the tenth grade of Athirah Bone. This research used a qualitative method by implementing interview. The sample consisted of 9 students from Athirah Bone. The result shows that the students’ perception of the types of students’ errors in writing consist of five perceptions. The first is students’ perceptions relate to the feeling. The second is students’ perceptions relate with the first language’ influence students in mastering the second language. The third is the students’ perception relates to the students’ experiences and kinds of interferences that students have made on writing. The fourth is the students’ perception relates to the factors that cause students to do interfere in writing. The last is about the students’ perception of the difficulties in writing. The second problem is the factors that cause students to do interfere in writing through the observation, it is found that there are four factors that make the students of the tenth grade of Athirah Bone do interfere in writing. The first is do not master spelling. The second is still confused about using the article. The third is Missing using singular and plural nouns. The last is missing space.

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